Monday, July 13, 2015
Art Center teacher Sean Adams explains how graphics were accomplished with physical tools before the digital revolution of Photoshop. (link to YouTube video)
For the amount of time he had, it's a pretty good summary, but I wish he had mentioned Lektro-Stik waxers, X-acto swivel knives, ruling pens, Chartpak line tape, Mayline parallel rules and Merganthaler Pica rulers, many of which are still useful today (I still use all of them).
Museum of Forgotten Art Supplies
Previously on GurneyJourney: Dead Tech
Posted by James Gurney at Monday, July 13, 2015